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TSTS GRAIN TRADE ST. LOUIS,
CHICAGO AND CAIRO.
Tho prominent citlzons and monled
men of St. Louis have aroused them
'solves from? their protracted tllato of
letbnrgy, to a rntlonnl and cornprehcn
filve sonso of what Is In Btoro for their
city, If energy and capital are expended
to realize It. For tho first tlmo, It seems
they aro brought to realization of the fact
that their city is tho centcrof as tcranda
grain growing region as there is on tho
faco of tho earth, and that tho waters that
drain two-thirds of tho area of that re
giou flow, In an aggregated mass, by thoir
doors. P or tlie first time, it seems, they
fully rcallzo theforco of tho demonstrated
fact, that tho grain grown upon the
broad domnin naturally tributary to her.
can bo Moated to tho seaboard at New Or
leans, at an expense not oxcoedlng one
half of the cost of Its transportation by
Inbound the northern railroad. And, for
tho first time, too, they seem to compre
bend that the only reason that this cheap
or outlet, channelled by the hands of
tho Almighty, ha- not been employed by
tho tens of thousuuds of producers upon
it banksjuid accessible to It, Is becauso
tho mott ordinary facilities for transpor
tation has not been provided for thorn.
Comprehending tho uctual situation at
last, Tier leading citizens aro assocfalfng
capital and uniting morgy thut will re
suit In tho erection of nuMcIont elevators
and warehouses, In the construction of
steamboats and barges and In tho arangcV
ment of sdch'olhortletdlls,'' as Wlll'elkim
for St. Louis her own in tho vast grain
trade bf thVwesfariri hbVtWest, thatJhW
built up Chicago uud JiulIUIo, kept n fleet
of vends employed on tho lakes, and
enriched railroad corporations that
scarcely deserved to live at all.
Chicago tMuy btnlle at this effort; but
the smile will nipurt the check that it
covers. The graltf trndo wch of tij'e Mis
sissippi Is-nol,Tiatnrally, Chicago's. It is
controlled'Hy iriiluoncestlmt St. Louis Ih
preparing to counteract capital and
cheap and ample means for transport-,
tion. nysuch au uncertain tenure does
Chicago T)6v hold the bulk6f: her grain
Cairo is Intarv.sted for the success of Kt.
Louis In this movement Mha has a se.
fish Interest, being vitally Interested in
the commerce of the Mississippi river,
aud being no located as to "inevitably
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mate cLantiol!nudjuokH Its outlet to for
w ' I
elgu market via New Orleans. This be.-
lug trur, we shall .watch, with the deoj
est concern, every step taken towards so-
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(jruniiiU uuiisuiuiuuuuii. Jiijjuuniiu iw.
share Uitlie fruits of her success wo bid
St. Louts Ood'Hpeetf lif her undertaking
hoping and belluviiig'that she does not4
nndorvftlif" the power with wnjehshohas
to contend, bat thai fuH' advjveil as to
the wholoj"situat!on,U sho will buckler
on her armor and kliowno otlier.walch1
word but tnat of "sliocee
S X CITY.
Tho disposition it tho citizens of Cairo
to permit our MoIJud City neighbors to
share u thu honors; growlng.out of the
visit of, tho editorial fraternity to Cairo Is
fraternal auLcommeiulablc. Tho Mound
Cllylte will duly appreciate tho honor
aim giro itieic, (iistinguisiieUystors u
cordial reception and hospitable enter
taltuuout.Corrolorative of thlsoHelu-
slon la the following, paragraph from
Saturday's Journal :
A mootlngof-vflia ctiuhcll was' held dn
Wednesday o,vci!lngwheu it was -very
properly determined topxtohd tho'hos
plta.H)lea of the cty io:tho, Press Aasocl
titloii and givo them a banquet at Btokcs
hall. This probably will bo the only
opportunity our, dty can ovuis)(huve,to
oxhlbU'ltfolf td s6 largo u body of 6luV6
obsurvors and men of valuable intluenco,
and common hospitality, dictates; the
very reasonable counto tho council has
marked out. It is to be hoped that oitl
zoiis, generally, so, far ,aa they, .arttiable,
will endeavor to mako the visit of the
editors agreeablo and ploasant.apd avail
theriftelvesorthe opportunity to exhibit
tho advantage&Of.tho Idtatlon fciroi com
mercial uud manufacturing town.
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There is aipapertln St. Iouls, sa small
airalr, that Is essaying notoriety by op.
posing aud ridiculing the great, grain
movomont, in which tlio sensible- citi
zens of that ottyare Wo'-feeehly interest
ed. litis paper soouta the idea that the
lloaflqgjQf "an armiula of grain bags"
down the Mississippi river would'beneOt
St. Kduls.' It cipee,5n:pthUfgarftlr,lh,,
tho movomont that ahpuldoullBta single
dollar of the people's raonoy.-' Very
likely Jhbi, true, The ignorance of
Homo men-re'veh editors Is utterly 'un
acoomtalilelTiut'tharfttrgunot against me Irap.qrHP(!9" Of: tills gralu
movement. After awhile this editor
may oocure brains enough to "seo it.'" In
the meantime, hpwevor, iqt tlo ,grain
An Irish, g(r responded the ,.Qther day
to the luquiry of a South End lady, of
Boston, as to whether she could make
bread, by exhlbltlsgher Anger palls full
of flour with the ratified remark ,Shure
I can, thor;the'mark uvmakln' It two"
RIGHT AKOUXB CAIRO.
MmumA City and Vlelnlt.
We copy the following items from the
MoundOlty 'Journal' of Saturday:
On Thursday last, a dog in Happy Hoi
low, belonging to a negro boy, was tear
ing around biting everything in: his Way
and evidently suffering from tho disease
known as hydrophobia. He killed ouo
dog and bit several others, besldos sotno
pigs. The last seen of him he was mak
ing his way towards Cairo.
Mr, Hayward, an officer In the royal
engineer of England, had been here dur
ing the present week inspecting the U.
B. snag and dredge boats, by order of tho
government be represents, with a vlow
of adopting the beat means for improving
the rivers in India.
Peter Olssou's velocipede was oxhlblted
on tho streets last Thursday. It has two
seats and is worked by two persons, one
driving tho front wheel whfln ilmntlw.r
."drives tho bind wheels, the machine
having three wheels. It Id worked easily
aim iuukcs goou lime.
Tho snng boat Do Bussey and S. H.
Long, and the dredging boat Octavia
are still lying at Hambleton, Collier &
uo' ways, undergoing cxtenslvo altera
tlona aud repairs. The Long will proba
blvibe ready for sltvIch bv thn lnttfr
Dart or next wceir. when Mhn will nm.
ceed up the Missouri river and commeneo
operations for the summer.
At a meetluir of the WAfrv afilxn V.nu.
copal church lu this city last Sunday,
the resiiHiutlon of i)r. if Wanltmr
serildrSrarUeVwas acceptedand resoiu4
noun oi mauKS to Dim for scrvlcoa
auoptcd. commouoro Walke was elect
ed to tho Dosltlon thus vacated and T, n
llurrls, Iviq., was elected junior warden.
Mr. H. W. Dyer was elected to flll'tho
vacancy In the vestry-occasioned by tho
promotion of Mr. Harris. Tho remain.
lerof tho vestr' consists of Wm. Wetzel,
'. W. Carter. Bavniaater Frallev. U. R.
f N., Llefit-AIIcbr4 U. a. Ma'rtno 'Cdfrw.
Ueo. L. Lounsbury and A. Schoyer. Dr.
Kddy, of Iowa, has been called to preside
uicr uiu vangmkuoa.L xie.js.aaiu to be
a young man of ability.
jrheMetropolis JTimefl,' Ja de-
voted to railroad matters. It is mono
man leal in that regard. Wild as its vis
ions are, however., we would not throw
the slightest obstacle in the way of their
realization, if we could. The 'Times'
man's ardour will be cooled somewhat.
no doubt, wheu he learns that the veto
of tho Metropolis and Northwestern
railroad project tucl; that ?jtho houso re-
i iuhbu w paw ji over uormor maimers
m . I a. rf-i w-t a
veto. Thlyhowover, will result la tho
delay of only, tmc road. A.half dozea
others remain to blow about. '
The following paragraph furnishes an
Intimation of tho doluslve dreams into
which the editor of the .'Times' has
The railroad Is cleared from here to
Calm, and the grading all dono except
about four miles. Vienla 'Artery'.
How about General Burusldes stopping
all work above Grand Chain? The
prospects aro that the Cairo & Viuceu
nes, may not' ran within 25 'miles of
Vienna It may run to Metropolis, and
from thence to Mocassin Gap in John
son to" which point It will have to run,
ovenlfltruns within two miles of Vien
na, an sUkeddontn. liet ourlti B: Com
mit teoBco to thistmatter. Johnson gives
5100.000, lu County Bonds, Viounaltcs,
540,000, provided it runs within tho town
plat It cannot run theroand Vienna
he, declare they 1mIII 'not receive, one
dollar on subscription. .
The 'Times congratulates tho Cairo
Bulletin' on its ro-apiearanco, 'expres
sing the -HoVer1 that it may Hriumph,"
Col. W. H. Chlldo, Engineer In churgo
of the Southern division of the Cairo and
yinconnes raikoad has lnveutedacar,
wheeTand froir'that will e'nablo cars to 1
run over broad aud aarrow iruatru roads
without change thus saving the necessity
oi inyiug a uiiru ran. t mi3 improvement
has recently been natonted.and doubtless.
when Itsnjerlts aro .fully understood, Jt
win generally no auopled. It does
not add. materially! If auyi'toathe weight
uivamoi wueeis; -
Tho following paragraph furnishes
'conclusive evidence that Massao county
uas au emcleut, wide-awake, attentive
superluteutlaat of schools. We sbeuld
commond hlin.' for tho same reasoh the
rimes' couuemna mm. He visits the
schools often:- jOC t XT
Who shall we run for County 8upt of
B.tl.ll T.... .1-.. m.
ruuuu AUBiruuiiuu. xue people tiesire a
change, for ouo, wo wjll.net Xeel .it hla
Muiy 10 ciiarge iue.i;ouBiy,.Tor so many
visits to sohool.
Mauris aasl -Vicinuy. " 1
ma u arris twrg uentinel' speaking of
UieproaTrees or tne Cairo1 aud Vlneennea
I The location of tho whole Una Is .now
eompleted. except that uart between this
town aim v.ienua, we unueratancHqat,
mt. fiizgera, wm pusu me location
from here, " aeuthward. to the Saline
river. No satisfactory line has Vet been
found anreaakuc UMnUinariTh:.Ka-
dlnv of the road from Cairo to the John.
son county line la aboijt two thirds done,
and ttie company have iron now coming
up; the Mississippi to lay the tra,cl on
that uorllnn. Tliarrhail from hn'ra in
f. (farmlluta beeu sublet to Meswg. Crtedea-
a wneoler, and they .have gone after
their tools and meii and Will Ve on the
line next week. Tkey will, begin work
at Carmi and at the high land north of
BheDherd'a mi4 jandueh-tke worijfroni
both euda of thei?ooBtrot.
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em EuterprUecptfeefo'our oMoV wrap.'
ped in (30 coupons atlaohed ft l,00d
Confederate bonds, due In 180T."
MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 19,' 1869.
From rosy momH lo dewy eve, who is
V "co y "oui io grieve, anu arter all
doth take French leave? My Biddy.
:Who roasts my meat into a coal, who
breaks my nicest china bowl, and says
Who polishes the kitchen floor, and in
half an hour or more, has it precisely as
before? My Biddy. My pocket hand
kerchiefs and hose, who confiscates un
der tho rose, and wears by turns my
nicest clothes? My Biddy. Who comes
aud goes whene'r she chooses, injures
whatever thing she uees; and nowahd
men loworKreruscsv myillddy. who
slams, and bangs, and breaks, and
smashes, who tears and rends, and
kuocks, aud dashes, who tips, and spills,
and slot)S. and snloshca? Mv Tllil.K'
And shall I ever ceaso to be, in bondage
ufiiu aueii as moo; my way is dark J
cannot see. For Biddy. I onlv know
ray misery; I only wish theo over tho
sea ; i only wish that I were free. From
A Gorman forest keeper, S2 years old,
not wishing to carry to the grave with
him an Important secret, has published
in the Lclpsic 'Journal' a recipe he has
used for fifty years, and which, ho says,
has saved several men and a great num
bor of animals from a horrible death by
hydrophobia. The bltomustbo bathed
as soon as possible with warm vinegar
and water, and when this has dried a few
drops of muriatic acid poured upon the
wound wUtfdestroy the poison of the sali
va, and rellovo the patient from all pres
ent or future danger.
Tho Carmi 'Democrat,' a sound, con
sistent democratic weekly gives the
Cairo Bulletin' a kind greeting, in the
We are in receipt of two numbers of
this ablv edited and rcallv ekcMfont
dally, and find thorn filled with? inter
esting reading matter of the true demo
cratic ring. As tho 'Bulletin' is the or
gan of tho democracy in that section,
arid the editor a good practical printer,
it should be liberally supported tv tho
party. Its mechanical appearance is
uucuiy creuiiaoie. we cnecrruuv
It upon our exchange list.
PIANOS AND SEWING MACHINES?
J C. CARSON,
Agent for.tleaalo, of,
PIANOS AND ORGANS
WHKELEK A W1XSO.VN
1 wish to Inform the citlten of Cairo and adjoining
country, nm i am now
Piainoa, UrKama, uud Wliecler 4b M'lUou'a
Privilege of l'lirehHHe,
Hcnta deJuctttl from the purchuo price until paid In
All peniona wiihuiicliulrunienliorHcwlnjf machine
are; Invited of" V.V" '. ," "". . -, .' ' '
Call autl Learn Particulars.
Persons oblaining instruments through my agency
will obtain thfiii at the
HEOUiaa ESTA1ILI3UGD PKI0K5).
will save freights and the expense of tuning
I'erfect in every way.
Kpr further particulars and illustrated circular.s,
J, C. CARSON,
J, 8. REARDEN 4 CO.,
Fire, MariitV" Life &' Accidental IiisHraHce
Earyptlnn Uleck. Ohio I.eree, over First
rt xvsuoMai aansi sjiro, m.
ltepresent n line of tlio most aubntautlal and wealthy
roiriptniea,. yrl ,ri ,.,.. ,',aidstl
TO OBTAIN IT 00 TO
BEERWABT, OKTII Ss CO'S
And purchase tho leailing
A good variety of Cooking and Heating Sto
raya on hand. AT no a complete aaaorlmeut of
Tinware, UolUwVWar, c.t
Itanufacturera of Guttering and Roofing.
Oar motto la-MJiilakSsJaa awdBraall pnuta. .
wjklhAcilon guaaotied lo every iaUace.'a
"TITTVA NHK 11(1 "tt
An onllnwict granting llio rliflit of way through cor
totn Mrectr, to tlio Cairo and Vmccnucs rallroiwl com-
Bi It ordnlnod hy the city council of tho city of Cairo t
Section 1. That tho right of way over and along
I.nrpe utrrct. Inoald i city, nhnll bo ni hcTot.y l grant
ed to tho Cairo and VlncJnncs railroad company ; and
. ij? m rallroa! conipany hall hayo tho right
iir"" ; I"' opcraia n iingin or ilou-
W4 lino of ralln (and no moro) orer and along ald
Lavco tret, to any Mint nfwhlch' lhh.inAi 'PliA '
company may lo located and ostabllnheds nroTlded,
howpvrr, that utirh rMiU and nrlTllegrd ahall bo and
lif rchy aro grjntod only upon tho condition and tin
Uf standing that, whom Mid nrrnueor atroctunro not
mrcaiiy niied 10 inogmuc, cwiiimiiod by raid city for
Itaatrcctsaud av.niifs, theralU of aldroal ahall bo
laid upon nn embankment to bo of n height to corres
pond with aM gwdc, and that If. at any time.iald
grado Minnld bo nltfrml, tho height of raid mbank.
mcntuhalljifl altered by told company to rorrnpoml
therewith that eay approachc lo ald emlmnkinent
andcrolng orer II, Mini I bo comtnieled by aald
company at every crom alreet lnterectod hy raid em
Iwtikincnt i that the trncka nnd rails of lafil road In
inldnvcnueandMrcftmihAll be Co arriiDged and pro.
tootod by raid company by plank", i-rono or other aolld
m.iterialaii to allonl n fo nnd cay panago for tcama
ana ehlclex over them, u hererer mild tracks ara ac
cciible and can bo po croncd i that ralla dial I bo laid
m near tim ceptro or tie enuo.nr treli as pnw-tica-"J
'k'.iiiki ii uuiiiiiinMinn ni rans it inia nown mat tno
track.i nhallljo lalilaclo.o together an tho bimlnesaof
Jhd roail will permit; and that nch regulation may
holmnosed land enforrii! Iiv nnnrnnrlnii tiAn.lHA.t
by tbo city council ofruid cllyu.n xuld railroad com
lny and othera, m to tho uio of aaid Iratka In raid
atenuo and Mrcct. an will restrict tlmnpeed of eari
thereon to a afo andreasonnbla rnln. will iirivn Hm
toragu of curs nnd innlntenancfl of other permanent
obitriictiona upon nld (rack, and will generally pro-
tecltlie public In lliotafo and convenient u ofxaid'
avenue and atreeta aiich rogulationa, however, not to
Ik mch a would Ik Inconsistent with the rlghta here
inbefore granted to aaid railroad company.
Approveit, April 10, isro.
nj.lT lot ' ' OOHN ff. OHKKljTl 'Mayor.
Htato of Illinois, Alexander county, Ha. In tho Circuit
"ourioi Aiexaiiuercouaiy, jiur Term, irev. nanor
u, icior vi .Mary icior. in uni
ChancerTt Bill fordl-
flhonon-realdenco of Mary Victor, the
aliOre named defendant.'
having 'Ixen flhxrlai tho'
tlct Is therefore hereby given tolhnaald Mary Victor,
that the comnlalnant tiled his bill of couinlalni in sal J
coilrt, on tilt Chancerv side thereof, on llm Till day of
April, l&u, and that tiieieuotta: jummons Issued out
of raid court returnable aa tno law direct. Now, un
less Vol), thn said Slarv Vlntorrcliall ivrannallr Iwiml
apyenr before the Circuit Court of said county, on the
(Irsjt day f tho neit term thereof, to lie holdon at the
courthouse In the city of Cairo, in said county, on the
IstiMonilayin July next, and plead, answer or demur
to thu laid c!omDlalnanU bill at aimiilsliiL the kt'
and the matters nnd things tueroln charged and elat
ed will be taken as confed,' Bnd a 'decree entered
agiiusi you according to inn rtrayer or all bill.
jutia w. iiau.iia.-, cierK.
Oilro, April IMti. ISM. -
Mulkey, Wall 4 Wheeler, Sorri forrompl'i.
WMtckiuakcr huA Jewelry Stmrc,
(K. d.SltfiAN'.OENTj I
Eighth Strevt, r C'oBtntercUl Are,
Office of the Cairo City Ferry Company, I
Notice If herebr clven that ameetlnir of thn stock.
hnlilnp. At f III. Kntnnnnv u.111 1. lii.l,l .1 llm nlH. nf
II. .. .. 1 1 ' 1 . ....... ... I I I ..I
iim v-'iiiiij,i;u(iicr iiasuuiKMiii atcuiki nun I.IKU-
ttenth atrect, In this city, on Monday, May 3d, ldw,
ai in n eiiKK, a.m., inr iiioptirpesu oi electing aeveiii j
Directors to serve the ensulnif year, nnd for other
TTrr-nan j t-'.i i i-r
II ALLEY'S OHAltTElt
-STOVK -STORK-- -Copier,
;TJ. wd Slicct Ireij , ,
(Aboto tho Market House.)
Rnoflng, Guttering, Hpoutlns and Steamboat Work
done In a neat and siibntantliM
tlcq. '' -:i ' 1
;uu manner, ai inorinn-
" " ieell'ltr
boots And shoes.'
Boot Axxtrl Sboo
7eriifiV. afrref, between Washington and
(Nearly oppoilto tho Court Mouse,)
iKcona a aplondld Mock of the beat material, and good
H Ul I.1I1TII, -VII VIM - ' I . ..V.IW-M-A
iMendinir done neallr and cheaply, ratrouauo ao.
JM. PHILLIPS & CO.,
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(Siltcevsiora o E. Jl.enitrea co;,)
OAiro - - - Xlllxxola.
HbexalAd vanccs Mule on Consignment.
Are iironared to rcceite. alore or forward frelshta to
all points: buy or sell ou commission,. Jlyaineaa at
tend to with promptness.' ' ' ' ialudawtf
ill i '
m ir.i'i -t
J. Hhr McliitIdV 'elilyr4l
Ilavinx mado nennaneut urrancsmentu with A. I,.
Bhojwell A Co., for a ,
Dlrectjfroni the mines, wo "" f'trnmlllo BkMlriL
steamers at any I
lime uay or nim. L
Alwaya In reaJliiess to supply the -waaW'sf ainwsvtrs
and the publlo gAnerally at llviruz prices.
Pitt ROUKHtTH. SMITH, Ajs,
JOfe; H. OBERLt 'fi CO
DrtY GOODS, ETC
EW GOODS I
o ut.no Oldest Established ' ' -
lif TIIK CITT.
B1ITENH0UBE & HANNY
ItaVa on hand, (rnh from the market
rckina,.-- . TenUI,
lji.iaj, llobalx Cloth,
Irln.ted do Twines,
French Jaconnt, ,
( Italian cloths,
' French OinghaniS,
I ti'rcncU Ijiwiii,
lirfwn nn! ineached Hhentlngs,
Urown and Illeaclmd Hhlrtlncji.' n ' ' '
I'arls Printed HprlngMiNiiri' ' "
I.i mi 1
aeniim awssv, j i-inmiis.
I etna I nnn III,...?,
.tun it . u.Mpiiiif.
1 Pair la Vnll 1 1n pa As
WhlUHJootUr' i 'i -l ' 'Donna Marin,
vaiiisooK-,i. U t l 4 . 1'otted Metl,
IHoft Cambrica, Hosiery.
, India TwAl,' ' - "'(Jloves,
India Mull,fT,fJ Ml 'Jnrgnct,
I.lnen Cainlirlc, A . Hwl,
vr.oTJiN an i t'A.nmnr.iM?
Table l.lnens, tJ
t i "in 1 il. :
Oil Olotlxas.l J
COIIKXR KIQIITII HT,
ANI C'pMMKItCtAL AV
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.
.A. Hi 'A tf. ,
(Huccenor to John q. Harman Co.,).
looRGAL JMTATE AOKNT " r t
ASK . ,
Burs and sells Kent l-'.l.l.
Abstracts of Thin, nml rv,. .1 4
Inds. OfHee. Sa.liHA (l.wirl lll.lr. ! '
, TOIIN W. TltOy.Klt & CO.,
BealjKjUf, Bond ami Stock Brokers.
Will attend to the rmrment of Wslf. Cuiiiilvaml nitv I
Taxes, and allt buslnesa pertalnlnK to n (IttNKIlAfs
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Eioimi Stukkt, (cowliloorroin Com
for.tlm llo jjf.Ui e, iludical l'lu-.-
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mediolnnl lirtilH'rtles w)il.:li IsJiUUItiil nn old nml lnr
reatinn nni inn fx
niflr. liosrfnssliiir tlm.ii Intrin.lM
..i.,' ... -..- -
InilTspensalilii to FeiiHles. jjiiiid fur Kidney Com-
iimuiis, a iifiiciniis Tunic vri tijrinr'i: tor
IiiUjOno diiien Imttles each, mid Hold by all ilruci
K.rutr. 4c. i .V,JI.Mlii,lliisr ,., entabllnliod 1779,
i.i iieavrr airrei, .tow iiitk. m.tr
JOUH IlUIIQICtf. , A. :Ji.OAKT.K.
TJODGKS .v CAKIK,
i UA1HU, ILLINOIS. s
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Will alteild lo the iwileiof lenl rstule. tiierahimilisa.
It furniture, slock Nit. I pnertT nf nnv nnd all kindsi fur
iwoKUiiout) lliui M-r emu. I'Oiiiiiii-ainn, ImlllH aiiout
onoifourlh the coiiinjiimUiou usually elnirxwl., -
Any iieraoli fuellnir liliuself or herself uimhto in pay
that, rule of coinpenwttiou, ahull bo ehuerfully aurvsai
Tho patronage of Iho pubhu Uarilitdll'd.
' Ofllimnlpru-fiit nt.l'urker &lloilmi'Lh'ry elable.
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a few days, Una nolle of ubluli will Ualrn.
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